What drives the growth of the world’s best companies?

They all use OKRs.

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Where do OKRs come from?

OKRs evolved from the DNA of Peter Drucker’s Management by Objectives (MBOs). They were first introduced by Andy Grove at Intel in the 1970s. OKRs were then adopted by Google in the late 1990s and have since taken Silicon Valley and the rest of the world by storm.

OKRs are the ultimate way for companies to establish focus and align teams around company goals. They embed transparency into the culture of organizations and engage everyone to deliver their best work in pursuit of a shared purpose.

Who uses OKRs?

Companies that currently use OKRs include:

… among many others. It appears that Bono uses personal OKRs too.

What are OKRs?

OKRs or Objectives & Key Results is a goal setting and management methodology for organizations.

Why use OKRs

There are five main benefits of OKRs:

  • Alignment

    everyone moving in the same direction

  • Focus

    doing the work that matters most

  • Transparency

    knowing what others are working on

  • Engagement

    giving your best each day

  • Accountability

    owning your results

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